I can’t tell you where I interviewed Max Lambert, but I can tell you what we saw.
It wasn’t pretty.
On Monday, Alaska officials made an unprecedented announcement.
For the first time ever, they canceled the winter snow crab harvest in the Bering Sea.
They also nixed the fall Bristol Bay red king crab harvest for the second year in a row.
KUOW is spotlighting local travel ideas that are good for more than just a pretty post on Instagram. In this installment of our Travel for Good series, we take you to the city of Issaquah, where salmon are some of the most famous residents.
Like the native crabs they often prey on, these destructive invaders are themselves edible.
Soundside takes a deep dive into the waters around Washington to learn about some of our less appreciated neighbors. Because while they may be lesser-known, they have a lot to tell us about our ecosystems, and might even offer some innovative solutions to everyday problems.
We take calls from teachers and educators from around the region to hear their hopes and concerns with a return to in-classroom learning. Plus, we hear about the ins and outs of the pastry industry. And finally, we revisit a conversation on maritime trade in the wake of the Scandies Rose settlement.
Fishing and hunting license sales jumped in 2020 across the Pacific Northwest as more people flocked to outdoor activities during the COVID-19 pandemic....
Last weekend should have seen thousands of anglers flock to Washington state lakes for the always-popular lowland lakes trout opener. Like so much else, opening day of fishing season was canceled due to the coronavirus. But freshwater fishing is coming back soon, along with significant additional elements of the outdoor recreation scene.
A group that wants to bring back wild sea otters to the Oregon Coast is taking a big step forward. The federal government has awarded them a grant to launch a feasibility study for a possible reintroduction effort.